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Desired Industry: Education/Teaching/Training SpiderID: 6604
Desired Job Location: Union, New Jersey Date Posted: 4/16/2006
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: May 1, 2006
Desired Wage: 40,000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: No

To secure a job where I can use the skills and experience aquired over 30 years of working in education.

Professional experience 1979-2005 Ironbound Childrenís Center Newark, N.J.
Director-Head Teacher
Responsible for all aspects of the program including maintaining the Center according to licensing requirements and federal regulations, fund raising projects, supervising, and training of 35 staff. Curriculum development for 90 3 and 4 year olds. Also supervision of Family Day Care, kindergarten, and After-School Care Program. Coordinating, managing, and integrating various methods of collaborations to enhance Early Childhood programs. Center has been accredited for the last 17 years and was one of first 11 centers accredited in New Jersey. Five years of directing Abbott contracted center, implementing Abbott program and collaborating with Newark Board of Education. Responsible for staff professional development and parent workshops and parent programs. Planning and training parent volunteers to work with language and literacy activities in the classroom. Portfolio development for all staff members.
Job description and responsibilities furnished on request.

1997-2005 Ironbound Community Corporation Newark, NJ

Seniors Meals on Wheels Coordinator
Responsible for all aspects of meal delivery and preparation for 110 Seniors per day including weekends. Menu planning, compliance with all contracts and city and county regulations. Customer satisfaction, monthly training flyers on nutrition and cooking meals when necessary.

1978-1984 Kean College Evening Care Program Union, N.J.
Director-Head Teacher
Implemented program to provide childcare for parents who attended evening classes. Center cares for children between the ages of 3 to 12. Responsibilities included, budget planning, formulating, and carrying out program, purchasing of equipment, and supplies, bookkeeping, and various other administrative duties associated with running the center.

1978-1979 Egenolf Day Nursery School Elizabeth, N.J
Kindergarten Teacher
Responsible for a class of 25 kindergarten students. Duties included supervision of 3 teacherís aides, planning, and implementing curriculum designed for individual needs of students. Keeping anecdotal notes on each child and daily lesson plan sheets. Classroom curriculum based on High/Scope principals.

1977 School #1 Elizabeth, N.J.
Third Grade Teacher

1976-1977 Westminster Nursery School Elizabeth, N.J.
Responsible for planning curriculum and administrative duties of the school including purchasing of equipment, planning, and implementing a new program.

1971-1975 Hope Day Care Center Akron, Ohio
Lead Teacher/Administrative Assistant
Responsible for planning and carrying out curriculum for children aged infant through 5 years. Other duties included assisting with budget planning, parent programs, purchasing supplies, welfare billing, and bookkeeping.

1969-1970 Westminster Nursery School Elizabeth, N.J.
Teacher- 3 and 4 year olds
Responsible for planning curriculum and team teaching combined class of 3 and 4 year olds.

Additional professional activities Tutoring program responsible for coordinating and training tutors for a reading and math program, Henry School, Akron, Ohio Summer recreation programs, working with children ages 5 thru 12 for four weeks each summer in the area of language arts

Education 1977 Kean College Union, N.J.
Early Childhood & Elementary Education

1999 (Summer) Building Stronger Center Director Training

1999 Seton Hall University
Graduate Student-Public Administration Non-profit Management

1999 (Fall) Harvard University
Long Distance Learning-Managing for Value

2004 High Scope Teacher Training Program- 120 hours

Masters in Early Childhood-6 credits remaining
University of Phoenix Online---currently attending

Building Stronger Centers Director training-2004

Professional memberships NAEYC National and local membership and participation.
High/Scope Organization-2004 International Conference

Additional Information:

Community activities

President, Robert Morris School PTA, Elizabeth, N.J. 1989-1992
Moderator, Board of Deacons, Third Westminster Church, Elizabeth, 1990-1994
Board Member, Robert Morris PTA, Elizabeth, N.J. 1992-1994
Volunteer Union Hospital 2005-current-I work in credit office and registration.

Seton Hall Community Assistance Project-Analyze and develop fund raising program for Community Action Organization Hightstown, New Jersey.

Seton Hall community Assistance Project-Research and analyze current market trends in salaries and benefits in non-profits serving disabled clients, newborn to age 21.
Developed salary and benefit guidelines for Cerebral Palsy Association of Middlesex Count, Spring 2000.
Hobbies Cooking, Reading, Event Planning, Scrap booking, Gardening:
Professional Development Over the past thirty years I have attended numerous workshops and conferences.
List furnished on request

References furnished upon request.

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